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You are putting too much stock in a single benchmark, that is known to like memory overclocks. You won't see that kind of performance gain in games.

Metro 2033 isn't known to like memory overclocks is it?

140Gb/s


160 Gb/s


180 Gb/s



From 140Gb/s to 180Gb/s yields a more than %20 increase in FPS. The GPU core clocks in @ 1280Mhz at all times.

I will bench Arkham City later to see its results, I think that is the only other game I have that has a built in bench.

So why don't all games come with a built in bench? That'd be nice!
    
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25% better? Are you clueless? My titan does 85%-90% of 2 680s.
I laugh so hard!

Look at this



I count it right. I use math and you use fanboyism?
Edited by Moustache - 3/30/13 at 5:35pm
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Haha, chill guys. With the way percentages work you're both basically saying the same thing. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
900x900px-LL-d93ad34e_TITAN-VS-SLI-2.jpeg

GTX-TITAN-93.jpg

According to HC, SLI 680s were on average 20% faster, which is another way of saying the Titan ~= 83% of their performance. And the Titan averaged 41% higher fps than a single 680. Semantics.
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The 780 will be under the titan performance easily and they will price it considerably lower. Look for the 780 to be around 560$ where the titan is 1000.
Assuming 780 is Kepler-based, yeah it would have to be below the Titan since GK110 is the ultimate chip of this generation. Still, I'm not so sure on how they will price it. At around $500 it's price/performance would make Titan's price tag look completely unreasonable. Maybe Titan will see price cuts.
Edited by Booty Warrior - 3/30/13 at 6:06pm
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Originally Posted by Moustache View Post

I laugh so hard!

Look at this



I count it right. I use math and you use fanboyism?

Every one of those reviews is invalidated by the crap bios and OC they were able to get for the tests. Try using marks from real users, the titans performance is ~ 5-8% of an OC'd 690, and just a bit less than 2 680s. I use my results, not some performance chart released almost 2 months ago.
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Haha, chill guys. With the way percentages work you're both basically saying the same thing. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
900x900px-LL-d93ad34e_TITAN-VS-SLI-2.jpeg

GTX-TITAN-93.jpg

According to HC, SLI 680s were on average 20% faster, which is another way of saying the Titan ~= 83% of their performance. And the Titan averaged 41% higher fps than a single 680. Semantics.
Assuming 780 is Kepler-based, yeah it would have to be below the Titan since GK110 is the ultimate chip of this generation. Still, I'm not so sure on how they will price it. At around $500 it's price/performance would make Titan's price tag look completely unreasonable. Maybe Titan will see price cuts.

I'm quite ok with how percentages work, his statements are invalid as they are markedly off in real performance difference. I trust the results I've seen in the titan thread of real enthusiasts with the equipment than with half assed reviews and NDA's hiding the true nature of the product. Those same enthusiasts have relative performance marks of the 680 / 7970 and have compared them.

Besides I'm sure this guy doesn't have a titan, so he is believing those release day numbers posted by HC / TPU / Anand etc...
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Learn economics and real performance of the hardware before you post again, thank you.

Here's economics and performance for you. GTX 780 will be to Titan as i7-3930K is to i7-3970X. 85-90% of the performance for half the price. Mark my words. *hehe*

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Looking forward to the 770.
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I believe that the GTX 760 and up will be stellar performers...
all of them holding down a Surround set-up on a single card without mush frame loss..
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Here's economics and performance for you. GTX 780 will be to Titan as i7-3930K is to i7-3970X. 85-90% of the performance for half the price. Mark my words. *hehe*

Greg

If you're talking about the performance gap, that is about what most people are expecting.
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If you're talking about the performance gap, that is about what most people are expecting.

So the expectation for 770 would be what, 70-75 percent of Titan for about a third of the price?
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